An Introductory Guide to MATLAB
by Ian Cavers
Publisher: University of British Columbia 1998
Number of pages: 11
MATLAB provides a powerful interactive computing environment for numeric computation, visualization, and data analysis. Its wide range of commands, functions, and language constructs permit users to solve and analyze difficult computational problems from science and engineering without programming in a general purpose language. This document is not intended to be a complete manual for MATLAB users. Instead, it provides a brief introduction to MATLAB, outlining features that might be of particular use to CPSC 302 and 303 students.
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by Jan Valdman (ed.) - InTech
Topics covered are image and signal processing, mechanics and dynamics, models and data identification in biology, fuzzy logic, discrete event systems, data acquisition systems. Authors are typically scientists with interests in modeling in MATLAB.
by Serhat Beyenir - Rice University
The strategic goal of the course and book is to provide learners with an appreciation for the role computation plays in solving engineering problems. This text is specifically designed for students with no programming experience.
by Kelly Bennett (ed.) - InTech
MATLAB is indispensable for scientists, researchers, and engineers. The richness of the MATLAB computational environment combined with IDE, toolkits, and simulation and modeling capabilities, creates a research and development tool that has no equal.
by Allen Downey - Green Tea Press
An introductory textbook for people who have not programmed before. Covers basic MATLAB programming with emphasis on modeling and simulation of physical systems. The book starts with scalar values and works up to vectors and matrices very gradually.